SAN JUAN 22, KANAB 19: Kohler Black ran for 182 yards on 23 carries to lead San Juan over Kanab. Craig Brinkerhoff was 10-for-15 for 183 yards and a TD in the loss for the Cowboys.
HURRICANE 39, MILLARD 6: Hurricane forced three turnovers to defeat Millard on the road. Zach Sorenson caught a 75-yard TD and ran 22 yards for another to lead Hurricane on the scoring end, while the Tigers also outgained the Eagles 411 to 277 in the win.
PARK CITY 69, CANYON VIEW 7: Dylan Chynoweth had nine rushes for 248 yards and three TDs and Erik Walker added four carries for 98 yards and another three TDs as Park City decimated Canyon View.
HILLCREST 31, OLYMPUS 20: Kolby Koplin rushed for two scores and passed for another, while Colby Brklacich recorded four sacks as the Huskies scored 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win.
JUAB 20, MORGAN 16: Chandler Street scored the game-winning touchdown with 1:41 left and then followed that by snagging the game-clinching interception to put Juab past Morgan.
CYPRUS 17, TOOELE 14: The quarterbacks controlled the game as the Buffaloes' Chris Iorg recorded 115 yards on 17 passes and the Pirates' Chris Peel completed 29 passes for 144 yards in the victory.
LONE PEAK 21, BOUNTIFUL 0: The Knights opened the season with a shutout victory over Bountiful as Tannon Pedersen hooked up with Chandler Allphin twice for touchdown passes.
VIEWMONT 34, OREM 28: The Vikings jumped out to a huge lead and held on despite 14 fourth quarter points from Orem. Ryan Workman led the way for Viewmont with five touchdown passes.
SYRACUSE 31, ROY 6: Syracuse ran away from the Royals in its first win on the gridiron in school history. TJ Blickfeldt carried the ball 16 times for 63 yards and two touchdowns, in addition to a specials teams TD.
NORTH SUMMIT 33, OGDEN 14: Three players combined for 169 yards rushing as the Hawks picked up the win against Ogden. Muniz had a 93-yard kick return in a losing effort.
SKY VIEW 34, FREMONT 13: J.D. Falslev had 16 carries and four catches to lead Sky View with 170 yards and three touchdowns. The Sky View defense also forced four turnovers in the win.
EAST 29, SNOW CANYON 26: Despite three rushing touchdowns by Snow Canyon quarterback Adam Timo, the Leopards rallied to the victory by scoring 15 points in the fourth quarter.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 17, MILFORD 14: Justin Brown scored two touchdowns and kicked a field goal for the Eagles to squeak by Milford in nonregion play.
PAROWAN 24, MONTICELLO 12: Nick Wood launched an 80-yard pass to Tanner Orton and Princeton Bottin ran for a 62-yard TD as Parowan defeated Monticello.
MANTI 52, RICHFIELD 26: Manti quarterback Griffin Aste completed 8 of 10 passes, racked up 210 yards and threw three touchdowns, all of which were received by Nick Brown, who had 130 yards. The Templars ran for 347 total yards, including Russell Hugentobler 134 yards for two touchdowns. Kicker Juanquin Jiminez was 2-for-2 on PATs. Richfield's Zach Cropper rushed for 100 yards.
GRAND 27, EMERY 14: Trevor Robertson had 16 rushes for 119 yards and a TD, went 2-for-5 for 84 yards and another TD and had an interception on defense to lead Grand over Emery.
NORTH SEVIER 35, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 0: North Sevier was led by Wyatt Mason, who rushed for 154 yards and three touchdowns. The defense was sparked by James Holmes, who recorded 17 tackles, while Zach Frazier added a 58-yard interception return for a TD.
LOGAN 41, MURRAY 8: Quarterback f+bJeff Manningf-b led the defending 3A state champs to a big victory over Murray with four touchdown passes, two of which went to Zack Skabelund. Manning threw for 306 yards and 4 TDs on 15-of-28 passing.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 41, NORTH SANPETE 6: The Bulldogs were led by Paul Clark and Mason Minhando, who each had two interceptions to boost Judge past North Sanpete.
COTTONWOOD 41, CLEARFIELD 10: Steve Romero was 8-for-13 for 231 yards and three touchdowns, including a pair to Jason Lundquist as the Colts trounced the Falcons. Isi Sofele also had 12 carries for 114 yards and a TD for Cottonwood.
WEST JORDAN 2, LEHI 0: A safety in the second quarter was all the scoring West Jordan needed as Lehi missed a field goal in the final seconds. Following a great defensive stand by Lehi, the Pioneers were smothered in the end zone a few plays later for the game's lone score.
ALTA 42, SPANISH FORK 6: The top-ranked Hawks opened the season with a big victory over Spanish Fork, with Ammon Olsen completing 11-of-17 passes for 150 yards and two touchdowns. Parker Webster hauled in five of those passes for 114 yards and two scores.
WASATCH 30, GRANTSVILLE 24: Payton Davis completed 21 of 31 passes for 276 yards and three touchdowns as the Wasps overcame an early double-digit deficit to defeat Grantsville.
AMERICAN FORK 33, PROVO 14: The Cavemen seized control in the second quarter and cruised past the Bulldogs.
SKYLINE 24, BINGHAM 17: Skyline's defense proved too much for a talented Bingham offense. Three sacks late in the fourth quarter helped thwart the Miners. Kevin Wagstaff led his team on the game-winning drive with a 1-yard QB sneak to seal the victory.
NORTHRIDGE 41, JORDAN 37: In a battle of nonregion foes, the Jordan defense couldn't hold off a late Northridge rally. With seven seconds remaining in the game, Junior Cole connected with Cliff Washington in the end zone for the game-winning TD.
LAYTON 20, BONNEVILLE 0: Layton had no problem getting past Bonneville. Lavaughn Jackson pounded in a 6-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.
TIMPVIEW 10, PLEASANT GROVE 6: Timpview's defense stopped the Vikings inside the 10-yard line three times in the fourth quarter to preserve the narrow victory and extend the T-Birds' winning streak to 24. Leading Timpview's offense was Travis Van Leeuwen, with eight receptions for 90 yards, and Casey Rumsey, who rushed for 73 yards.
SOUTH SEVIER 25, GUNNISON 10: Dillon Bishoff hauled in three catches for 130 yards and two touchdowns, and he booted a 31-yard field goal to lead the Rams past the Bulldogs.
DAVIS 27, HUNTER 0: Sophomore quarterback Gavin Fowler threw for one touchdown and ran for another as the Darts earned a win in their season opener at Hunter. Tannerran for two touchdowns in the win.
PINE VIEW 28, MOUNTAIN VIEW 6: Justin Ence scored three of Pine View's four touchdowns to lead the Panthers over the Bruins. Pat Stephenson converted four extra points on the night for Pine View. Anthony Heimuli carried the ball 14 times for 184 yards in the loss.
DELTA 24, UNION 0:Copper Hill's Josh Soter connected with eight different players and racked up 347 yards and four touchdowns to beat Payson. Clint Jex also added 3 1/2 sacks on defense for the Grizzlies.
GRANGER 14, TAYLORSVILLE 7: Granger's Manu Samani had 18 carries for 104 yards and one touchdown to help beat Taylorsville.
KEARNS 20, BRIGHTON 14: The Cougars scored two times in the fourth quarteronce on offense and once on a 91-yard interception returnin the victory over the Bengals.
RIVERTON 14, TIMPANOGOS 10: Dillon Draper rushed 71 yards for a touchdown with 11:36 remaining to bring the Silverwolves from behind to defeat the Timberwolves. Draper and Daniel Hoffman each rushed for over 100 yards for Riverton.
JUAN DIEGO 24, WEST 6: Tyler Morales rushed for 31 yards and two touchdowns to lead Juan Diego over West. Brian May was 4-for-10 for 85 yards and a TD for the Soaring Eagle, while Daniel Wray threw for 189 yards with a touchdown for the Panthers.
WOODS CROSS 65, BEN LOMOND 14: The Wildcats won the game on the ground, notching 290 total rushing yards. Willie Wolfgramm and Michael Clark each had punt returns, CJ Corry scored on a fumble recovery and Taylor Hood added a touchdown with an interception return.
WEBER 29, BOX ELDER 0: T.J. Moser carried the ball six times for 100 yards and one touchdown to lead Weber to an easy victory over Box Elder.
DUCHESNE 12, CARBON 0: Derek Herrera scored on a 1-yard run and Selby Reinhardt added an 85-yard TD run in the fourth quarter to lead Duchesne to the victory.
DIXIE 21, SPRINGVILLE 3: Ian Gatchell scored two touchdowns in the second half to lead Dixie. The Flyers overcame four first-half turnovers and had 407 yards of total offense.
DESERT HILLS 36, UINTAH 3: First-year program Desert Hills in St. George picked up its first win in school history against Uintah.